Sleep disorders

Sleep services should move to rural Australia, report finds

New research has revealed unhealthy and older men are contributing to higher rates of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) in rural Australia. OSA is a condition where a person repeatedly pauses breathing while asleep due to their ...

Gerontology & Geriatrics

Outlook on exercise may curb aging anxiety

Since 2011, roughly 10,000 people in the U.S. have turned 65 every day. The Baby Boomer generation and those born before 1946 make up the country's fastest growing age group, which is on track to outnumber children by 2035.

Neuroscience

Excess fluoride linked to cognitive impairment in children

Long-term consumption of water with fluoride levels far above established drinking water standards may be linked to cognitive impairments in children, according to a new pilot study from Tulane University.

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